Twitter is rolling out changes to its classic 140 character post, which will allow users to put in some content that will be immune to that limit for the first time.
As revealed by the social network itself, photos, videos, GIF files and other media that are placed in Twitter post don't count towards the 140 character limit. That also goes for polls and any quoted Tweets in messages.
Say more about what's happening! Rolling out now: photos, videos, GIFs, polls, and Quote Tweets no longer count toward your 140 characters. pic.twitter.com/I9pUC0NdZC— Twitter (@twitter) September 19, 2016
Twitter has made changes to its 140 character limit before, including doing away with that barrier for direct message (DM) posts. What do you think of Twitter's latest tweak to its standard post? Let us know in the comments?